Summer 2015

Pfirsichbowle • SOUTH COAST PEACH COOLER

  A local interpretation of the German summer punch called Pfirsichbowle, this refreshing drink is unbeatable fur an afternoon party on a hot summer’s day. If you don’t have your own peach tree, use the handy search...

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CORN PUDDINGS

A very old recipe from New Bedford Butter well 3 shallow pie plates. Grate – not cut – several ears, fresh, sweet corn – mix with 2 eggs well beaten, and thin if needed with cold, rich milk. Add pinch salt, and 1 tbsp. sugar....

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SALMOREJO DE CÓRDOBA

by SUZETTE MARTINEZ STANDRING Creamy and refreshing with pureed bread and olive oil, this soup is popular in Cordoba, the site of the wondrous Mosque-Cathedral. 3 pounds of ripe tomatoes 5 ounces (about 1 1/2 cups) torn-up...

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MELON SOUP

by SUZETTE MARTINEZ STANDRING.   1 luscious perfectly ripe melon (Piel de sapo is the preferred Spanish variety; but a locally-grown field-ripened honeydew would also be pretty special.) 1/2 cup whipping or heavy cream...

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GAZPACHO

by SUZETTE MARTINEZ STANDRING Substituting an apple for the usual cucumber delivers a bright note to this classic. 3 pounds ripe tomatoes 1 summer apple, peeled and cored 1 cubanelle or other small fresh garden pepper, seeded...

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BEET & SPINACH SALAD WITH MISO DRESSING

by Katherine Rossmoore 1 large bunch beets with greens 1 tablespoon coconut oil 1/4 cup white miso 2 tablespoons rice vinegar 1 tablespoon honey 5 tablespoons grapeseed or other neutral oil, divided 1/4 cup water freshly ground...

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PAELLA ON THE BEACH – recipe and action plan

Ingredients 2 tablespoons sweet pimenton (Spanish paprika), divided 2 teaspoons dried oregano sea salt and freshly ground pepper to taste 4-6 saffron threads (approx. 1/2 tsp) 1/2 cup dry white wine 1/4 cup olive oil 2 Spanish...

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Summer 2015 Table of Contents

Grist for the Mill edible NOTABLES: Sweets Dream by eSS&SC Kate’s Eats by Dee Levanti Food Policy Action by Michelle Roden Conway Sip-a-licious! by Katherine Blessis Mindful Art: The Japanese Tea Ceremony by Erina...

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MINDFUL ART: THE JAPANESE TEA CEREMONY

edible Notable by ERINA BAKER PALMISANO As with most exhibitions, The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury evokes an intriguing, respectful air upon entering. As you explore, you observe collections of dynamic photography and Shaker...

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SIP-A-LICIOUS!

edible Notables by KATHERINE BLESSIS Earlier this year, the South Shore welcomed The Juice Barn, the area’s first 100 percent organic juice bar. Today, this family business continues to grow and encourage locals to live...

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FOOD POLICY ACTION

edible Notable by MICHELLE RODEN CONWAY Celebrity Chef Tom Colicchio may be most popularly known as the hard-hitting judge on Top Chef, or for his myriad of highly regarded restaurants, but soon he will be equally known for his...

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SPRING
February/March/April
ads due: January 8

The following schedule is tentative and may be adjusted as the economy reacts to Covid-19.

SUMMER
June/July
ads due: May 15 

FALL
August/Sept/Oct
ads due: July 8

WINTER Holidays
November/Dec/Jan
ads dues: Oct. 8

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Wine is food;
spray cheese is not.
Butter’s good; margarine is just yellow gunk.
Soil beats strip malls; food gardens are preferable to lawns; farmers, chefs, and artisans are our heroes.

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